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NZXT Hush Mid-Tower Case

ccokeman    -   May 2, 2007


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Closer Look:

Now that it's unpacked, we have an opportunity to dig in and see what we have. I am particularly interested in the methods used for sound dampening. One thing right off the bat is the fact that this case uses rubber feet to eliminate any vibration on your desk. The finish on this case is extremely glossy with just a hint of an orange peel texture. Notice the way the material under the case is accurately reflected on the sides of the case. That kind of reflection would be admired on a heatsink lapping job.




So we have seen the outside lets start by taking a peek inside. There are four 5.25in drive bays up top and seven 3.5in bays at the bottom of the case.


This case is equipped with two 120mm fans. One in front that lights up blue and one in the back that is not lit.


The front door includes a blue cold cathode that really brings attention to the front of the case when lit up.




  1. Introduction: Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: Case Components
  3. Closer Look: Sound Dampening
  4. Closer Look: Wiring and Accessories
  5. Installation
  6. Specifications and Features
  7. Testing
  8. Testing Kestral
  9. Testing:Airflow
  10. Conclusion
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